George P. Bush is facing a federal lawsuit claiming he is suppressing the speech of the Alamo defenders who oppose his insane plan to move the Alamo Cenotaph off the Alamo grounds.
Empower Texans reports:
The suit, which was filed against Land Commissioner George P. Bush and Doug McDonald, the CEO of the Alamo Trust, claims that the Alamo Defenders Descendants Association, an organization that for the past twenty years has held a candlelight prayer service inside the Alamo Chapel was denied permission earlier this year to hold their event inside the Alamo grounds.
“We have been wronged by the Alamo complex, the Alamo CEO, and General Land Commissioner George P. Bush,” said Lee White, the Chair of the ADDA in a press conference in front of the Alamo on Tuesday. “We have decided to draw the line today. Enough is enough and we’re tired of being targeted.”
The ceremony held inside the Alamo Chapel is notable for holding a roll call of those that died in the historic battle that paved the way for Texas independence.
The lawsuit states that, while the ADDA was denied use of the venue, a Native American group was allowed to continue using the chapel for their event. White suggested this apparent discrimination was grounded in her organization’s opposition to plans to renovate the Alamo site, and specifically proposals to move the Alamo Cenotaph, a monument to the Alamo defenders.
“They are opposed to how we feel about the Cenotaph. We want to keep the Alamo memorial right where it sits and not moved. And so therefore we are being targeted,” White continued.
Lee Spencer White is asking for donations to help fund the fight against Bush’s tyranny.
You can donate by clicking here.
You can also sign this petition to ensure that the Alamo Cenotaph Monument stays where it has stood since it was put in place.
Lee Spencer White is a modern day Texas hero. So much so that Mr. John Dalton wrote this poem about her.
Good looks, and black hair and strong hands do.
In each generation, they always show through.
The shape of a brow and the color of eye
But some traits don’t seem to, and I’ve wondered why?
Wisdom can fail in the genetic flow,
In cases, sincerity never will grow
But, I have just learned one trait passes by blood
‘Cause the courage of ancestor is found in the bud.
‘Bout two hundred years ago, down in Bexar,
A feller named Jennings stood up to the bar,
He stood there and fired as the Mexican horde
Swarmed over the walls to pleasure their lord.
Imagine the guts that it took to stand there….
With death rushing toward you, not eaten by fear
A-doing your duty, as t’was clear to see
For family, and Texas……and for Liberty.
This hero had family, that prospered it seems,
And each generation gave some to the stream.
Some grew up taller and some were damned smart
But clearest was courage….and strength of the heart.
Long comes a Carpetbagger who decides to destroy
The grave of the heroes, who stood long ago.
All for his ego and future and such.
He cast our tradition and hopes to the dust.
But one of ol’ Jennings offspring says “Nay,
You will not defile the ground where they lay.
Though empty the tomb, the point is the same
You foolishly tread on their sacred fame.”
Well, she ain’t five foot nuthin….and hundred and some,
She is not imposing or even fearsome.
Yet this little lady has guts to her core
She has what it takes to fight back and more.
The courage that filled ol’ Jennings in spades
Through eight generations never did fade.
It’s found in her heart, in her head, and her soul
The courage of being that never grows old.
‘Cause this week, the lady took on the State,
And filed her a lawsuit ‘bout the Cenotaph’s fate.
I know that I’m proud that she’s in the fight,
I take off my sombrero for Lee Spencer White.
Now, friends, all this here lawsuit offers the chance
For you and your friends to help with this dance
Just give a few dollar to help Mrs. White…
So she can continue to fight the good fight.
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REMEMBER THE ALAMO!